WH. Western History Collection
Found in 2603 Collections and/or Records:
Collection contains correspondence, maps, by-laws, plans, meeting minutes, position papers, fund raising materials, financial statements, articles, brochures, marketing material, postcards, notes, news clippings, hut information, promotional water bottle. Materials related to the construction of the Uncle Bud hut for the 10th Mountain Division Hut and Trail Assoc. (1983-2012).
By-laws; financial records; vendor files; correspondence; member files; annual reports; newsletters; photographs of past presidents. Boxes 34-43 are restricted. They contain detailed personnel information including social security numbers, wage and tax information, and addresses.
Collection includes biographical files, news clippings, memorials, tributes, photographs, reunion materials; also various issues of 474 findings, Herald-Saga, Spearhead 474 Infantry Regiment (Separate) newspapers.
Collection contains materials compiled for a State Historical Fund Architectural Building Survey Class (2008): correspondence, forms, research, photos and CD-Rom.
Pocket record book of prospecting and mining activities in Leadville and elsewhere in Colorado. Also a few items of business transaction (1881-1886).
Personal narrative history of Parmalee Gulch, Colorado, and map titled: From Denver to Morrison, up the scenic part of Turkey Creek, up Parmalee Gulch and down Bear Creek to Denver. A distance of 47 miles."
Choromolithographed trade or advertising cards; companies include Lions Coffee, Star Wind Mill, Great Atlantic and Pacific Tea Co., Henderson's Red House Shoes, Highland Evaporated Cream, Libbey Glass, American Sewing Machine Co., Domestic Sewing Machine Co., Eldredge Sewing Machines,Wichita Soap Mfg. Co., and Garland Stoves and Ranges.
Scrapbooks contain text, drawings, photographs of places along I-70 highway in Colorado. Introduction by F. C. Turner, Colorado Director of Public Roads.
Collection contains an autobiography by Wallihan that tells of his big game hunting and wild game photography; introduction by Charles Roth; notes by Chauncey Thomas.
Collection contains a folder with 11 letters (letters were attempts to collect debts owed to the estate of Captain Bean, who had recently died) addressed to Edwin W. Burton, Esq., a Gunnison, Colo. attorney who was collecting amounts due as reflected in the "Account book of Captain A.J. Bean of Gunnison, Colorado." One of the letters referred to Captain Bean as the "County Clerk & Recorder."
Collection contains three scrapbooks with clippings, announcements, programs, letters, book reviews, articles, poems, songs.
Collection contains a letter to Washburn from R.Q. Tenney, Colorado State Grange Master. Notebook from Big Thompson Sunday School, Mrs. A.L. Washburn, secretary, treasurer, and librarian.
Correspondence to W. R. Wetherall mentions hunting trip to Ratoon Mountains (Colorado Territory), Colorado Pike's Peak gold rush, Lowrie's plans to accompany Kit Carson the following spring. Includes transcription.
Collection contains a scrapbook with newspaper clippings of Berry's career in Denver, Colo. as a lawyer, judge, and member of the Denver Public Library commission. Includes some family items, invitations, typescripts of articles and poems.
Collection contains a 110 page photocopy of a diary documenting Billingsley's time in Florence and Brownville, Nebraska Territory for the Presbyterian Board of Home Missions (1857-1861); later in Denver and mining camps in Colorado Territory during gold rush days (1861-1862).
Collection contains a travel diary (February 9 - March 12, 1899) documenting an ocean voyage aboard the Hamburg-American steamship Fürst Bismarck; travel documents: passenger list, menu, hotel laundry list, letter, clippings, ephemera from an 1899 European trip.
Diary of a trip from Mount Pleasant, Iowa to Montana via New York, the Isthmus, San Francisco, Portland, and the Columbia River; also return trip via Nicaragua. Describes conditions locating and building the wagon road.
Collection contains company related records, correspondence, minutes, clippings, contracts, printing jobs, photographs; materials from philanthropic/educational organizations supported by the Hirschfeld family: correspondence, reports, financial information, plaques, certificates, programs; family related ephemera: photographs, guest books, academic records, correspondence.
Collection includes 4 scrapbooks containing clippings, correspondence, fliers, posters, programs, photographs and other ephemera.
Collection contains a document signed by Lincoln appointing Jason Weeks Deputy Postmaster at Bangor Maine; also signed by William H. Seward, Secretary of State; dated April 4, 1861.
Title abstracts of property from the various additions and subdivisions of Denver, Colo. Some additional abstracts of title from properties located outside the city and county of Denver are also included.
Collection contains a transcript of a letter (1878 January 24, Salmon City, Idaho Territory) from W.H. Falkner to his sister: Mrs. S.A. Groves of Milford, Indiana; additional sheet provides explanation of Nez Percé uprising and massacre. Original letter owned by R. F. Stanton, Arco, Idaho.
Collection contains minute book of stockholders and executive board meetings.
Collection contains a document assigning the "exclusive right" to water on designated sections of the South Platte River and Cherry Creek. Certified copy signed: Hugh S. Walsh, Secretary of Kansas Territory.
Collection contains a signed typescript copy of autobiographical sketch originally written in response to a request from the librarian J.L Gillis of the State Library of California. Mostly concerns Welcker's attempts to have his writings published.
Collection contains Schrager's research for his book: The Principled Politician: the Ralph Carr Story (2008).
Letter from Houldon (or Houlton?), Addie describes children Josephine and Arthur, visit with Mrs. Putnam who is sewing clothes for soldiers, describes incident with cat that breaks pen and a visit with Mrs. Bradstreet.